As they enter a tough job market, many graduating post-secondary students won’t qualify for financial assistance.
While out-of-work artists wait for financial assistance from the government to arrive, community arts leaders raise money for an emergency fund to help with immediate needs.
Tasha-Leigh Gauthier, a 26-year-old PhD candidate, is one of several Canadians that are part of a research group now quarantined in a hotel in Cusco, Peru.
McMullan’s Pub on Highland Road donated about $1,000 worth of food to nurses, hospitals, grocery workers and others on Thursday.
“Whatever happens, we will figure out a way to supply stores,” says Jenn Pfenning, whose family runs one of the largest organic vegetable farms in Ontario.
“Our political views are being hardened by the structure of our social media,” local expert says.
The motive was to bring attention to issues and barriers that women still face.
Kitchener’s short on housing – including for future Conestoga students and grads. The city is considering what it should do to help make affordable housing available to residents.
Step inside this gallery of climate-themed art displays nestled in uptown Waterloo and see the work of two Conestoga students.
“The middle class is shrinking,” said an organizer of the Feb. 22 rally, who estimates about 150 people in the Cambridge area experience homelessness on any given night.
It was an evening filled with storytelling, cultural exchange, inspiration and celebration of black founders, tech makers, entrepreneurs, and community members.
Several hundred people attended the event, involving traditional crafts and food.
Seven profs confront climate change at THEMUSEUM in Kitchener.
“You’re pretty much guaranteed work,” said one the 27 employers who showed up to a PSW career fair.